Emily Crisman (Reporter)

Phone: 423-757-6508
E-mail: ecrisman@timesfreepress.com
Bio:
Emily Crisman became a staff writer for the Chattanooga Times Free Press Community News division in 2009 and became assistant editor of the Signal Mountain and North Hamilton Weekly editions in 2013. She also writes for other Times Free Press publications including Chatter and 4Paws, of which she became the editor in 2014. Emily graduated with a degree in humanities from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2006.

Barbecue benefits Signal 10-year-old with rare bone cancer

Published Apr. 19 2017

A few months ago, 10-year-old Signal Mountain resident Savannah Turner had a weird feeling in her mouth that wouldn't go...

Dash and Bash raises nearly $60,000

Published Apr. 19 2017

The Mountain Education Foundation's annual Dash and Bash fundraiser was a huge success again this year, with more than 700...

Signal Mountain Social Services name Keyes Volunteer of the Year

Published Apr. 19 2017

Signal Mountain resident Shirley Keyes can't recall exactly how long she's been volunteering for Signal Mountain Social Services, which aims...


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Red Bank applies for victim services coordinator grant

Published Apr. 19 2017

Crime victims in Red Bank, as well as in other small municipalities north of the river, may have an easier...

Recipe: Lemon Cheesecake with Strawberry Crust

Published Apr. 16 2017

Combining tangy lemon with sweet strawberry, this dessert is the perfect springtime treat.

Clean Cuisine

Published Apr. 16 2017

The following restaurants received the top scores on their Hamilton County Health Department inspections for the week ending April 7:

Red Bank allows outdoor beer consumption at restaurants, breweries

Published Apr. 12 2017

People may now enjoy the rapidly warming weather outside with a cold brew in hand within the city of Red...

Butterfly Brunch benefits St. Timothy's Episcopal Preschool

Published Apr. 12 2017

Tables are quickly being snatched up by the ladies of Signal Mountain for the seventh annual STEPS Butterfly Brunch, a...

Signal Mountain Farmers Market welcomes spring with special event

Published Apr. 12 2017

The Signal Mountain Farmers Market is celebrating the return of warm weather with a Welcome Spring event set for Thursday,...

Clean Cuisine

Published Apr. 9 2017

The following restaurants received the top scores on their Hamilton County Health Department inspections for the week ending March 31:

Recipe: Lemon Asparagus Pasta Salad with Cucumber and Feta

Published Apr. 9 2017

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Mountain Arts Community Center exhibit helps sow 'Seeds of Hope'

Published Apr. 5 2017

The Chernobyl Children's Program of Greater Chattanooga is sponsoring "Seeds of Hope," an art exhibit of works by Belarusian children,...

Soddy-Daisy sees drastic drop in crime

Published Apr. 5 2017

For the past few years, the Soddy-Daisy City Commission has been investing more in its police department — and those...

Clean Cuisine

Published Apr. 2 2017

The following restaurants received the top scores on their Hamilton County Health Department inspections for the week ending March 24:

Recipe: Crispy Cajun Shrimp Fettuccine

Published Apr. 2 2017

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Here are a few bloom-based festivals to check out this month

Published Apr. 1 2017

Spring is one of the best times of year to be in the South. Just ask the tens of thousands...

Sip on Tennessee Spring

Published Apr. 1 2017

April weather in Chattanooga can vary from snow flurries to showers to sunny days in the 60s, and Puckett's has...

Interfaith panel aims to change culture, attitudes

Published Apr. 1 2017

When the the Jewish Cultural Center hosted the first Interfaith Panel of Chattanooga nearly two years ago, the July 16...

Local organizations partner to provide resources for people with low vision

Published Mar. 29 2017

The Low Vision Network and all chapters of Lions Club International in Hamilton County are teaming up for a new...

Dash and have a bash to support Signal Mountain schools

Published Mar. 29 2017

Since the Mountain Education Foundation began its annual Dash and Bash 5k and block party fundraiser two years ago, community...